MASSES of Mos of all shapes and sizes have been terrorising The Capitalist’s inbox this week.
And none more so than CBRE analyst Tim Monger-Godfrey’s Anchorman-inspired tache: “If I say so myself, the likeness is uncanny.” Frightfully so, The Capitalist reckons.
Not to be outdone, traders at Winterflood Securities also deserve special mention for their strong team solidarity.
As promised, the City boy who can grow the finest facial specimen will be rewarded with a cut at King’s Road salon Lockonego, plus some Hanz de Fuko hairstyling product – which has just landed in London from LA and is available exclusively at Lockonego.
Get MO-ving and send your finest facial specimen to firstname.lastname@example.org before close of play on 30 November.
■ Our outgoing Bank of England governor may be an Aston Villa fan, but Sir Mervyn King was quick to show off his London football nous at yesterday’s Treasury Committee. Accused by Labour’s George Mudie of looking “as independent as a Chelsea manager” following the Bank’s transfer of £37bn in interest payments on gilts into the chancellor’s coffers, Sir Mervyn quipped: “Few Chelsea managers have managed to last 10 years.” A fair point from the guv, who can be certain of hanging onto his long-serving mantle for a while yet, as his replacement Mark Carney has only committed to five years in the post. In fact it seems Carney’s wife Diana, who has attracted her fair share of attention for anti-banker comments, is already counting down the days. “Canada is certainly a hard country to leave,” she tweeted. “But we will be back in five.”
■ City A.M.’s Personality of the Year award-winner, Lord Sebastian Coe (pictured below), will be popping down from LOCOG’s Canary Wharf office at lunchtime today to sign copies of his autobiography Running My Life. Catch a copy while you can at Waterstones in Jubilee Place, 12.30pm.